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Abduction Charge For Baltimore Driver In Massive Springfield 'Street Takeover,' Cops Say Abduction Charge For Baltimore Driver In Massive Springfield 'Street Takeover,' Cops Say
Abduction Charge For Baltimore Driver In Massive Springfield 'Street Takeover,' Cops Say Police have announced the arrest of a Baltimore County driver in connection with a massive illegal car meetup where drivers antagonized officers in Fairfax County. Brandon Extecoc Santos, 20, of Parkville, was arrested on Friday, April 19, in connection with the "street takeover" Easter Sunday, Fairfax County police announced. Santos was charged with abduction, assault on a law enforcement officer, wearing a mask in public, and obstruction of justice. He was held in Baltimore County, Maryland pending extradition back to Fairfax County. Police did not detail his involvement in…
Man Dies From Gunshot Wound Believed Self-Inflicted In Baltimore County: Police Man Dies From Gunshot Wound Believed Self-Inflicted In Baltimore County: Police
Man Dies From Gunshot Wound Believed Self-Inflicted In Baltimore County: Police A man died earlier this week from a gunshot wound Baltimore County Police believe was self-inflicted. It happened near the 1000 block of Halstead Road in Parkville around 6:35 a.m. Tuesday, March 19, BCPD said. A preliminary investigation shows the man’s gunshot wound was self-inflicted. I heard this call, if you or someone you know that thinks of suicide call 988 or text 988: https://t.co/eNjZElC2zj pic.twitter.com/DZQMIUf0eY — Baltimore Street News (@BaltStreetNews) March 21, 2024 Autopsy results were pending, police added.
5 Adults, 2 Children Displaced By Parkville Blaze 5 Adults, 2 Children Displaced By Parkville Blaze
5 Adults, 2 Children Displaced By Parkville Blaze Five adults and two children were displaced by a Baltimore County house fire before dawn on Monday, March 18, officials said. Crews responded to the two-alarm blaze on the 100 block of Pearlwood Ct. in Parkville at 2:40 a.m. and found heavy flames coming from both floors. No injuries were reported as crews doused the blaze, which displaced five adults and two children. Two-alarm dwelling fire displaces five adults & two children. Fire crews responded to the hundred block of Pearlwood Ct. #Parkville at 0240 to find fire coming from both floors of the home. There were no injuries repo…
Parkville Shooting Leaves Man In Serious But Stable Condition: Police Parkville Shooting Leaves Man In Serious But Stable Condition: Police
Parkville Shooting Leaves Man In Serious But Stable Condition: Police A man is in serious but stable condition after a shooting in Baltimore County on Monday evening, police said. Officers responded to the shooting report near Hillsway Avenue and Saturn Court in Parkville around 4:45 p.m. and found a man with multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to a nearby hospital in serious but stable condition, according to police. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Violent Crimes Unit at  410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous.
Firefighter Injured Battling Two-Alarm Blaze In Baltimore County (PHOTOS) Firefighter Injured Battling Two-Alarm Blaze In Baltimore County (PHOTOS)
Firefighter Injured Battling Two-Alarm Blaze In Baltimore County (Photos) One firefighter was hospitalized - and since released - on Sunday morning battling a two-alarm blaze that broke out in a Parkville building. Shortly after 6 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3, crews were called to the 9300 block of Harford Road, where there was a partial collapse that led to lane closures in the area as firefighters worked to corral the flames that broke out inside the building.  #BCoFD, 9300 BLK Harford Rd. Fire is under control. One firefighter to local hospital with minor injuries. 08:34LS pic.twitter.com/1w4KizV9Yn — Baltimore County Fire Department (@BaltCoFire) Decembe…
Officers Involved In Fatal Double Parkville Shooting Named By Maryland AG Officers Involved In Fatal Double Parkville Shooting Named By Maryland AG
Officers Involved In Fatal Double Parkville Shooting Named By Maryland AG New details have been released by the Maryland Attorney General's Office following a fatal shooting involving officers in Baltimore County over the holiday weekend. Shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 24, officers from the Baltimore County Police Department were called to the 2700 block of Maple Avenue in Parkville to investigate a reported domestic disturbance. Police say that the officer called to the scene heard gunshots fired inside the home and a woman screaming, and when officers then approached the area, 52-year-old Arnel Redfern opened the front door and fired a weapon, prompti…
Scheming Mechanic In Harford County Sentenced For $223K Scam Targeting Insurance Companies: AG Scheming Mechanic In Harford County Sentenced For $223K Scam Targeting Insurance Companies: AG
Scheming Mechanic In Harford County Sentenced For $223K Scam Targeting Insurance Companies: AG it didn't take long for a mechanic working at a Maryland auto dealership to scam customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and now he will be heading back to prison, according to the state Attorney General. Parkville resident Kenneth Wayne Collins III, 35, who was only employed at a Bel Air car dealership in Harford County between January and November 2018, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, with all but four years suspended, after he admitted to a theft scheme after he made 260 fraudulent claims for fake mechanical repairs that were issued by three insurance companies. In t…
Police Probing Circumstances Behind Teen's Fatal Shooting In Baltimore County Police Probing Circumstances Behind Teen's Fatal Shooting In Baltimore County
Police Probing Circumstances Behind Teen's Fatal Shooting In Baltimore County An investigation has been launched in Baltimore County after a teenager was found shot and later died overnight.  The Baltimore County Police Department issued an alert on Tuesday advising that a teen boy has died after suffering an apparent gunshot wound in the 7300 block of McClean Boulevard in Parkville. Police say that officers were called at around 10:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 30, where there was a reported shooting in the area. Upon arrival, first responders found the injured teen, who was rushed to an area hospital by paramedics, where he later died.  No information about a…
Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Propaganda Reported In Baltimore County Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Propaganda Reported In Baltimore County
Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Propaganda Reported In Baltimore County Some residents in Baltimore County have been met by some unwanted propaganda in recent weeks, according to police. The Baltimore County Police Department is investigating reports of literature that has been left in at least two neighborhoods, some of which had an anti-Semitic tone behind it, officials say. Specifically, reports have been filed in Cockeysville and Parkville, though it is unclear if other areas have also been targeted. Details about the problematic literature has not been released by police investigators. "As detectives investigate this national trend, they ask anyone …
Minor Shot In Baltimore County During Midday Incident, Police Say Minor Shot In Baltimore County During Midday Incident, Police Say
Minor Shot In Baltimore County During Midday Incident, Police Say A minor was hospitalized on Monday afternoon after a reported shooting in Baltimore County, police say. At approximately 3 p.m. on Monday, June 5, officers from the Baltimore County Police Department were called to the area of Dalton Road and Hillsway Avenue in Parkville, where there was a reported shooting.  Upon arrival, officers say that they found a young boy suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to an area hospital for treatment and evaluation of the injury, officials said. The gunshot is believed to be non-life-threatening. As of 5:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon, there was …
Motorcyclist Killed In Crash With Car In Baltimore County Motorcyclist Killed In Crash With Car In Baltimore County
Motorcyclist Killed In Crash With Car In Baltimore County Police say that a 25-year-old man was killed after a violent crash in Baltimore County over the weekend. Dillon J. Neimiller was driving a motorcycle shortly after 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 14, in the area of East Joppa Road and Elma Avenue in Parkville when he was involved in a crash with a second driver. According to investigators, a 2008 Suzuki SX4 was making a left onto East Joppa Road when Neimiller struck the rear driver’s side door while riding his Yamaha R6 motorcycle with a passenger behind him. Neimiller was thrown from the bike after striking the Suzuki, and rushed to an area …
Massive Contraband Smuggling Operation At Jessup Correctional Institution Broken Up: AG Massive Contraband Smuggling Operation At Jessup Correctional Institution Broken Up: AG
Massive Contraband Smuggling Operation At Jessup Correctional Institution Broken Up: AG An elaborate smuggling conspiracy at the Jessup Correctional Institution that could have been taken from the pages of a movie script has been broken up, Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown announced. Eleven people have been indicted for a contraband conspiracy involving inmates, former inmates, prison staff, and family members who worked to sneak drugs and electronics into the Anne Arundel County facility. The extensive investigation was launched in April 2021, when officials found heroin, Suboxone, an Apple Watch, and data storage cards in the cell of inmates Gary Ward and Donte Tyler,…
Driver Injures State Police Trooper In I-695 Work Zone Crash Driver Injures State Police Trooper In I-695 Work Zone Crash
Driver Injures State Police Trooper In I-695 Work Zone Crash A Maryland State Police trooper was injured in the latest work zone crash on the outer loop on I-695 near Baltimore on Monday night. Shortly before 9:45 p.m. on Monday, April 3, a trooper was in his police vehicle inside a work zone on I-695 near Perring Parkway when a driver entered the area and struck the cruiser in Parkville. #pvfc29 Truck 297 is on the scene along with @BaltCoFire units, on the OL I-695 between Harford Rd & Perring Pkwy, #Parkville. A collision in the work zone involving an @MDSP trooper blocks 4 lanes. #MDTraffic pic.twitter.com/g6aKhmyaS5 — Providence VFC of T…
Woman Seriously Burned In Parkville House Fire Woman Seriously Burned In Parkville House Fire
Woman Seriously Burned In Parkville House Fire A residential fire in Baltimore County left a woman fighting for her life, authorities say. The woman suffered serious injuries after the fire, which occurred at a home in the 7900 block of Beverly Avenue in Parkville, Baltimore County fire officials said shortly before 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Emergency personnel rushed the woman to the Bayview Burn Center for treatment of what were described as "serious injuries."  A woman was rescued by firefighters after a residential fire in the 7900 blk of Beverly Ave. #parkville | EMS transported the patient to Bayview Burn Center with se…
Raising Cane's Raises Expectations With Debut Maryland Restaurant Raising Cane's Raises Expectations With Debut Maryland Restaurant
Raising Cane's Raises Expectations With Debut Maryland Restaurant Raising Cane’s is ready for its closeup in Maryland. The popular chicken chain, which has locations across the country, opened its first Maryland restaurant on Thursday, Jan. 12 in Towson Row as the company continues expanding its foothold in the DMV region. Where are our Towson Caniacs at?! Our new Restaurant opens tomorrow on 4 W Towsontown Blvd. Ste 100! Can’t wait to see your ONE LOVE! pic.twitter.com/6M37JHCpW0 — Raising Cane's (@raisingcanes) January 11, 2023 Located on East Towsontown Boulevard in Towson, the 3,900-square-foot space will provide diners with both take-out and din…
Aldi To Replace Baltimore County JOANN Store: Report Aldi To Replace Baltimore County JOANN Store: Report
Aldi To Replace Baltimore County Joann Store: Report Cockeysville residents will soon be getting a new grocery store and saying goodbye to a fabric favorite later this month, reports WMAR 2 News.  Aldi supermarket will replace the JOANN fabric store located at the Church Lane Center near Cranbrook Road after the fabric store closes its doors Jan. 15. Aldi previously went before the county last summer to propose a Cockeysville location. No official opening date for the new supermarket has been revealed, the outlet continues.  After word of the JOANN closure got out, customers began to worry about a rumored "list" of stores set for cl…
Four Parkville Middle School Students Fall Ill After Eating Drug-Laced Candy: Reports Four Parkville Middle School Students Fall Ill After Eating Drug-Laced Candy: Reports
Four Parkville Middle School Students Fall Ill After Eating Drug-Laced Candy: Reports Four middle school students in Parkville got sick after eating drug-laced candy at school, reports CBS News.  The students were taken by ambulance to a hospital. The Principal of Parkville Middle School, Micah Wiggins, told parents in a letter that the school resource officer along with the Baltimore County Police Department are investigating the incident, continues the outlet. Wiggins stated that appropriate consequences will be given as outlined in the Student Handbook and Policy, and asked parents to speak with their children about the dangers of consuming unknown substances. To rea…
Schools In Baltimore Placed Into Lockdown As County Police Investigate Shooting Schools In Baltimore Placed Into Lockdown As County Police Investigate Shooting
Schools In Baltimore Placed Into Lockdown As County Police Investigate Shooting Several schools in Baltimore were placed on lockdown on Friday morning as county police investigated a reported shooting that left one hospitalized. Detectives from the Baltimore County Police Department responded to a shooting in the 1700 block of Glen Keith Boulevard at approximately 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, according to a spokesperson for the agency. Officials said that a man was transported to the hospital during the investigation, though his condition was not immediately available on Friday afternoon. The shooting incident led to a lockdown of "a number of schools in the east Towso…
Woman Wanted In St. Mary's County For Leaving Court-Ordered Treatment Facility, Sheriff Says Woman Wanted In St. Mary's County For Leaving Court-Ordered Treatment Facility, Sheriff Says
Woman Wanted In St. Mary's County For Leaving Court-Ordered Treatment Facility, Sheriff Says Seen her? An alert has been issued by police investigators in Maryland as they attempt to locate a wanted woman who allegedly absconded from a court-ordered treatment facility in St. Mary’s County earlier this month. Virginia Leigh Bissett, 27, allegedly left her treatment facility in Parkville on Monday, Sept. 9, and is now wanted by the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office on multiple charges. Investigators said that Bissett was originally charged in St. Mary’s County with theft of between $1,500 and under $25,000, and she is wanted for several outstanding warrants including second-degree…